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Beijing police crack prostitution ring

By Li Qian (People's Daily Online)

08:48, August 01, 2012

BEIJING police have busted a major prostitution racket run in a renowned pub, the Beijing News reported today.

Eight prostitutes, including four foreign women, and seven employees from the Seven Star Island Club have been taken away to receive police investigation.

The foreign prostitutes can enter the pub free of charge while male customers have to pay 80 yuan (US$12.5) admission fee, and the two sides talk to each other directly about the sex trade.

Once they get a deal, the bar would drive them to the women's rented house or a nearby hotel where they have sex.

The Chaoyang District police raided the place on July 18.

The pub manager surnamed Liang has been detained for housing prostitutes.

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